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Types of Waste for Skip Bins

Skip bin hire firms and companies cater to a varied range of clients including but not limited to landscaping gardeners and firms, construction companies, interior decorators, handyman services companies, architectural consultancies, restaurants, shop-fitters, schools, and other similar establishments. Skip bin hire companies also provide a cluster of services for domestic and commercial garbage removal situations.

What can go into a skip vat and what not?

Although a skip vat can take in large volumes of waste, garbage or rubble, there are certain stipulations on what goes inside one. Disposing of waste that is hazardous and poses health risks will attract fines or additional levies.

The waste that you can put inside a skip can be classified into categories. These categories generally are general waste, green waste, bricks, pure concrete, clean sand and soil, rubble (tiles, pavers, concrete, and bricks), blended recyclables (plastics, glass, cardboards), heavy waste and green waste (waste generated from gardens).

You cannot dispose tyres, batteries, asbestos and asbestos products, liquids, chemical waste, food waste and condiments, medicinal or pharmaceutical waste, sanitary pads, tampons, toxic rubble generated after home renovation, large tree stumps or trunks, and excretory waste.

You can ask skip bins hire about the sort of waste or garbage that can or cannot be put in a skip container.

The larger versions are found placed prominently off busy thoroughfares and highways. They can withstand general wear and tear and take in large amounts of garbage. Since they are built from a combination of metals they can tolerate rough usage and stand tall come rain or shine.

Skip bins are also useful for demolition projects.